Patchwork Comforters, Throws and Quilts

Patchwork Comforters, Throws and Quilts

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Patchwork, comforters and quilting are words that almost seem synonymous. In this book, we are using the word comforters loosely to include everything from a blankie for a toddler to a shawl for a cancer victim or a lap quilt for your favorite charity or community need. Quilters who love to piece quilts will be delighted with the variety of projects in this book. We've included several foot warmers: quilts that are long and narrow. They're just the right size to fit across the end of the bed or to wrap around the shoulders of someone in need of comfort. There are traditional designs with an added twist for quilters who love the classics, but also enjoy trying something new. Quilters who want more of the look of today will discover quilt designs that have an "arty" look, but they don't require the talent of a professional artist to create these unique quilts. Fun quilts that feature kites or Jacks or hearts will satisfy the quilters who are looking for a new quilt design to make for the younger set. Each chapter will start with a super easy project. These projects are great for beginners, for quilters who are busy and want to make a quilt quickly, or quilters looking for projects to make for community quilts. Several easy- or intermediate-level projects and, in some chapters, a project for the experienced quilter are also included. To help quilters have more time to quilt, many of the projects use today's popular fabric cuts: 2 -inch rolls, 1 -inch rolls, 5-inch charms and 10-inch squares. Patchwork designs are the focus of the book, but the book also has a few projects with the added feature of applique, including three-dimensional applique. Quilters who want to use fabrics from their stash to make new projects will find several scrap quilts and throws. Original quilting designs for hand-quilting and machine-quilting are also included. There are 42 projects in the book; 42 quilts in a variety of sizes to decorate your home; 42 opportunities to make a quilt for someone else. That adds up to hours and hours of quilting enjoyment.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 202 x 270 x 14mm | 539.77g
  • HOUSE OF WHITE BIRCHES
  • Berne, United States
  • English
  • 234 colour illustrations
  • 1592172601
  • 9781592172603
  • 39,293

About Jeanne Stauffer

Jeanne Stauffer has been quilting for over 20 years. Sandra L. Hatch, editor of Quilter's World magazine, loves to design and make quilts, especially Christmas designs that she can give as gifts or use to decorate her own home. She lives with her husband Randy in Lincoln, Maine.show more

Table of contents

With 42 quilt designs to choose from, a quilter will find just the right pattern for every occasion from baby quilts and "arty" quilts to comforter shawls and foot warmers to throws and bed quilts. For just plain fun quilting, try the patterns in this book. The step-by-step instructions, numerous figure drawings and full-page, color photographs make the quilts easy to complete.show more

Review quote

Aug/Sep 10 Patchwork and quilting does not only focus on making bed quilts, in fact the boundaries in quilting are expanding, which means there is something for everyone in this fascinating and fulfilling hobby. This book is an excellent source of ideas and designs with a range of colourful projects and stunning illustrations showcasing the modern and the traditional use of fabrics in a home setting. This is excellent value for money, featuring 42 projects in glorious colour, and it is sure to spark your imagination. Fabricationsshow more
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